FDA clears EnvisionTEC dental material for 3D printing

EnvisonTEC has announced their E-Denture material for 3D printing lifelike dentures is now FDA approved. E-Denture will be available on a limited basis in the third quarter of this [...]

German company Neotech AMT announces two new fully additive 3D printed electronics projects

German electronic 3D printing company Neotech AMT GmbH has announced it will engage in two new projects to advance additive manufacturing. The first project, known as 'Hyb-Man', wi [...]

Research embeds textiles in 3D printing for functional, flexible parts

Research published by Carnegie Mellon and Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) has explored the use of a 3D printer to create stronger and more functional textiles. Using an Ult [...]

AONIQ will offer 3D printer to work with PVC

3D printing with PVC is not widespread, for what might seem like obvious reasons. While a two-year study looking at the safety of - mainly - FDM desktop 3D printers concluded that, [...]

Teenage student uses 3D printing to create SLIDEMAP cancer detection machine

Devin Willis, a student from Boca Raton in Florida has created an innovative device to automate cancer detection using 3D printing and computer programming. The 14 year-old is curr [...]

Royal Caribbean and Snapchat take 3D printing to new depths

The use of 3D printing for tooling and fixtures in the industrial world is well documented. Recently we reported on how by using desktop 3D printers Volkswagen were able to save $1 [...]

Researchers improve 3D printed superalloys using nanomaterials

Overcoming the challenges associated with 3D printing as a manufacturing technology is a complex task. Working with the technology requires a grasp of the machines, materials and s [...]

3D Printing News Sliced: Ultimaker, Höganäs, DuPont, Benchy, Lulzbot, Hyperflesh

In this edition of Sliced 3D printing news, we feature: GE, Arcam, Höganäs, MIT Technology Review, Carbon, Desktop Metal, 3D Systems, Ultimaker, Stratasys, Leapfrog, DuPont, RWTH A [...]

Government contributes over $2M to medical 3D printer center in Québec

The Québec Industrial Research Center (CRIQ) and the CHU Québec-Université Laval network of hospitals has launched a project to open a $2.874 million (USD) medical 3D printing cent [...]

A1 Filament discusses aspirations following Kickstarter launch

We asked A1 Filament's Bennett Little about the company's plans for the future having launched its kickstarter for superior 3D printing filaments. The North American materials comp [...]